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Google wants to commercialize database Spanner, but MongoDB or Cassandra could be safer bets

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Google wants to commercialize database Spanner, but MongoDB or Cassandra could be safer bets

Google is reportedly considering turning an internal database into an external product, but MongoDB or Cassandra might attract more developers.

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